Collaborative Law is a relatively new approach to family law disputes, which aims to resolve matters in an amicable and non-adversarial way.
Rather than engaging lawyers to "fight it out" on their behalf, couples who engage with the collaborative law process each instruct a specially-trained collaborative lawyer, who will then get around a table with them and work out a solution.
The approach is not for everyone, but if a separating couple are on relatively good terms and wish to remain that way - either for the sake of any children involved, or just because they wish to stay friends - then collaborative law can be an excellent way of resolving the financial and other issues that arise after a separation or divorce.
At Wendy Hopkins Family Law Practice, we are proud to boast one of the first lawyers in Wales trained in collaborative law in our Partner, Thea Hughes, a founding member of Collaborative Lawyers in Wales.
If you think the collaborative process might be for you, or to find out more about how it all works, please give us a call on (029) 2034 2233, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the form below to request a call or e-mail. You will not be charged for this enquiry, and there is no obligation to book an appointment.
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